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COVID-19 Status Update for 04/16/2021

Marin County COVID-19 Status Update for April 16 includes a reduction in COVID-19 cases among LatinX residents; Monitoring local “Breakthrough” cases; An opportunity to get your COVID-19 vaccine; and updated local COVID-19 data… Read More

Marin Public Health Vaccine Sites

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⚠️ The options on this page have changed. Please review this page carefully before booking an appointment.

 

First dose appointments

You can access first dose appointments at multiple locations in Marin County:

 

Second dose

To make an appointment for a second dose of the vaccine (Moderna or Pfizer), please contact the provider who gave you your first dose to make an appointment. If you got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, a second dose is not required.

Get help

If you have questions about the vaccine, talk to your healthcare provider. 

For residents without internet access

Call (833) 641-1988 to get help making a vaccination appointment. You can call this number if you are age 16 & older and you: 

  • Have a severe health condition or disability 
  • Use home care and/or personal assistance 
  • Use multi-lingual interpretation (including ASL) 
  • Have limited or no internet access
  • Need help arranging transportation

For general information (no vaccine appointments can be made)


Documentation and Reminders

Please review the documentation and appointment reminders before making an appointment

Proof of identity

Everyone seeking a vaccination will need to show photo ID. This does not need to be a government issued ID, but your name must match the the name on your appointment. If you don't have the proof of identity, you may be asked to sign a form confirming your identity.

You do not need to be a US citizen to get a vaccine.

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Read this before you make an appointment:

  • Please make an appointment before going to the location. Walk-ups are not allowed.
  • Only make an appointment for one session. You will make your second dose appointment on-site, after your first shot is complete.
  • You will need to wear a face covering over your nose and mouth. This should be done before, during and after your vaccination.
  • Dress for easy access to your upper arm. You may want to wear a t-shirt or something similar under your coat. A warm coat is encouraged while you’re waiting for your shot and during post-immunization observation times. It can be chilly at our vaccine locations.
  • Expect to stay 15 to 30 minutes after your vaccination. This is to monitor for any reactions (which is rare). This is routine and done for your protection.
  • Arrive NO EARLIER than 10 minutes before your appointment time.  Our vaccine process is very efficient and there is no need to show up really early. Showing up early does not guarantee an earlier injection time and creates longer waiting lines in our registration area.
  • If you have health insurance, please bring your insurance card.  Don't worry,  you will not have to pay for your vaccine.  Uninsured individuals are welcome.
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Locations

Vaccine allocation shortages limit the number of appointments available. Appointments fill quickly due to high demand. 

Marin Center / Marin County Fairgrounds

Who's eligible?

Vaccination appointments for your first dose are available for people who live or work in Marin County and are age 16 and over. People age 16 or 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

To make an appointment

  1. Select a date button below (if none are on screen, then all appointments are full)
  2. Select an available appointment time
  3. Complete your appointment reservation process.

 


Kerner Health and Wellness Campus

Who's eligible?

Vaccination appointments for your first dose are available for people who live or work in Marin County and are age 16 and over. People age 16 or 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

To make an appointment

  1. Select a date button below (if none are on screen, then all appointments are full)
  2. Select an available appointment time
  3. Complete your appointment reservation process.

 


Marin Public Health partners with different organizations and providers to provide "Pop-up" vaccine clinics around Marin County.  Dates, times and eligibility varies by location.

 

Margaret Todd Senior Center (Novato)

Who's eligible?

Vaccination appointments for your first dose are available for people who live or work in Marin County and are age 18 and over.

 

Coastal Health Alliance (Point Reyes Station)

Who's eligible?

Vaccination appointments for your first dose are available for people who live or work in Marin County and are age 18 and over.

 


Larkspur Ferry Terminal

Who's eligible?

Vaccination appointments for your first dose are available for people who live or work in Marin County and are age 16 and over. People age 16 or 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

To make an appointment

  1. Go to https://myturn.ca.gov/
  2. Select your preferred language and click “Find an appointment”
  3. Answer the questions
  4. Enter your address or Zip Code and click “Continue”
  5. When you arrive on the "select location" page, scroll down below "More options" and look for "Larkspur Ferry Terminal Marin."  If appointments are available, the site will appear among the list of nearby locations.

ALL APPOINTMENTS ARE CURRENTLY FULL.  NEW APPOINTMENTS ARE USUALLY RELEASED THURSDAYS OR FRIDAYS.

 

Larkspur Ferry Terminal appointments are offered in partnership with Curative and Golden Gate Bridge District.

 


Other locations

There are more than 20 COVID-19 vaccine distribution locations in Marin County.  Visit our "Make a Vaccine Appointment" webpage for locations and instructions on how to make an appointment. 

 

In addition, Marin County residents who are eligible to get a vaccine can make appointments through MyTurn, operated by the State of California. When you visit the site, you will need to complete a brief eligibility screening. If you are eligible, you will be shown any available appointments for all nearby vaccine sites (be sure to scroll all the way down the "select a location" page!).

New appointments are added multiple times per week.

 

If you are unable to find an appointment today, we encourage you to visit our vaccination options webpage to view appointment options for other vaccine providers in Marin County.